Trump was right; the polls got it wrong, by an historical margin

A study reveals the polls overstated Democratic support This doesn’t prove that the election was stolen from him. But it sure gives credence to his frequent, but usually ridiculed, charge that the presidential polls were “phony polls, fake polls.” The Wall Street Journal reported, Trump-Biden Was Worst Presidential Polling Miss in 40 Years, Panel Says.Surveys... Read more »

Kamala Harris is the new George W. Bush

Bush blundered when he flew over the Katrina devastation. Harris can’t bring herself to get even that close. Fifteen years ago former President George W. Bush virtually knifed his political career by failing to visit in person the devastation that hurricane Katrina dumped on the drowning New Orleans. President George W. Bush surveys hurricane Katrina’s... Read more »

But will retailers and others still require us to wear indoor masks?

Walmart, Costco and a few others are dropping the mandate, but what about the many others? Churches, doctors offices, big box stores, pharmacies, schools and universities, sports stadiums, theaters, post offices, government buildings and more independent and private retailers still are requiring masks be worn inside. Two shoppers in face masks head into Costco as... Read more »
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How involved was Fauci in the origination of the novel virus that caused COVID-19?

Top-notch investigative journalism details his link to the Wuhan lab that probably created the virus. According to a Wall Street Journal report: Before Covid-19 ravaged the world, Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases funded coronavirus research that included work at China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology. The idea was to study the ability... Read more »

We don't have enough inflation. Let's pump more trillions into the economy to make sure we do.

Biden and his administration are blind to the facts in front of their eyes–as usual. If you were born after the 1980s, you don’t have first-hand knowledge of the kind of devastation that rampaging inflation can cause. Trust me; it was brutal. Our mortgage interest was 14 percent. People on fixed incomes saw their buying... Read more »

Get your fetal body parts here.

Planned Parenthood, again. Using tissues from aborted babies for research apparently doesn’t bother some people because for them a baby in the womb isn’t a real person, can’t feel pain, has no right to live and will survive only at someone else’s discretion–for whatever reason, including convenience. For me, it is too close to human... Read more »
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Happy Birthing People day

Wokemeisters invent a new name for mom, just in time for Mother’s Day I don’t know if Democratic Missouri Representative Cori Bush coined the term “birthing people,” but she sure set off a who-ha when she used it in testimony before Congress. She tweeted afterwards: Every day, Black birthing people and our babies die because our doctors... Read more »

Finally! Why science took so long to accurately explain how COVID-19 spreads.

This New York Times article shows how the W.H.O., the CDC and other scientists took so long to get it right. The first article written by a scientist that a layman can understand without any political undertones. Kudos go to Dr. Zeynep Tufekciz, a contributing New York Times opinion writer for revealing the snafus about how... Read more »

Hell, why stop at $6 trillion? Why doesn't Biden go to $10 trillion, $20 trillion or more?

It’s as if he pulled the cost of his three spending plans out of his hat. The rational way to construct a spending plan is to start out at the base of the pyramid, adding together all the costs to get the sum. Not with President Joe Biden and his handlers who seem to have... Read more »
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A black woman cut in front of me in line. Does that make a her racist?

Today’s “systemic racism” theory is a flaming insult to my generation that fought so hard to end Jim Crow I was waiting patiently in line to check out of my doctor’s office behind some guy who was holding things up by a lengthy dialogue with the clerk about something he should have settled elsewhere. About... Read more »